Tells the story of contemporary graffiti, tracing its roots in ancient rock paintings through Picasso to its place in hip-hop culture in 1970's New York City.
Did You Know?
The movie features a section about the history of painting graffiti on trains. The scene opens with a 3D animation of two beautiful cgi Krylon cans moving dynamically between two painted up trains speeding towards the camera. Well, the big "Secret Easter Egg" in this scene is that it was designed and animated by Beau DeSilva, an LA artist and graffiti writer who managed to slip in his own graffiti into the movie's epic scene. Look closely at the graffiti on the trains speeding by and all of the graffiti are pieces created by Beau DeSilva (SKOE) and his buddy Jon Hyman (DWELL). Although Beau DeSilva and his friend were not featured artists in the documentary, both Beau DeSilva and Jon Hyman, two very talented graffiti writers, have their graffiti pieces immortalized in the most dynamic, CGI heavy scene in the entire movie! See more
Followed by Bomb It 2
The Leap and the Struggle (Remix)
Written by Bobby Moreno, Utavie Iniya
Additional Music by Donovan Pyle
Performed by DiMaggio of Project Pangaea
Courtesy of the Artist See more